by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director 07/31/2022
Not long after we launched Franklin Public Radio I was contacted by Sue Wade. The question: Would we consider airing a program of stories and poems written by the Senior Center Writers’ Group, (a/k/a The Scribblers) ? Yup. Yoobetcha!
We have been spinning new stories monthly ever since.
What’s not to like?
This pic is from a ‘Tea’ event celebrating the Scribblers’ 1st book. A page turner. The second book? Coming soon to a Senior Center near you.
Sue was an emergency room nurse – during the Marathon bombing. For three straight days. She was there for others in great need.
Later, confined to a wheelchair, Sue chose indefatigability over her disability. She taught us that the personal power that comes from writing is there for all of us if we just put pen to paper.
Consider writing as a journey that just gets better and better. Got stories to tell? You can join us weekly at the Senior Center, Wednesdays at 1p. We’re also on Zoom.
Currently, Sue may be down, but not out. She is in hospice, and a little prayerful help is a kindness greatly appreciated.
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm.
And, thank you for watching.